Rail fares set to rise again in January [BBC News]

Date: 14/08/2019

Rail users in the UK are expected to be hit by a further rise in ticket prices which will come into effect next year. The increase will be based on the Retail Prices Index (RPI) inflation measure for July which will be announced on Wednesday. Analysts expect the figure to be around 2.8%, likely to lead to an increase of more than £100 in the annual cost of getting to work for many commuters.

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Rail fares set to rise again by up to 2.8%
People waiting to get on to a train

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From January, commuters could pay on average more than £100 extra a year for rail travel.